Engadget: Remember Panasonic's DMP-B15? You know, that "world's first portable Blu-ray player" that was introduced at CES and just started shipping last month? With an $800 price tag, there's a good chance you never even let the thing enter your stream of consciousness, but we can only wish you the best of luck as you try to ignore this one.
We Got This Covered runs down the best pop culture gifts for your friends and family this holiday season. Be sure to check some of these out.
“How’s this for a deal: Pay less than $50 now to save $1000 or more each year,” Edward N. Albro reports PCWorld. “That’s the kind of savings you could reap by ditching your cable or satellite TV service and using an HDTV antenna instead.”
Consumers will remember a time in the 90s when handheld TVs were all the rage. They could be found at any major retail store and were usually in pretty high demand.
However, as digital TV became the norm, these handheld options slowly began to fade away. Luckily, consumers are getting back on track with new versions including RCA which has just dished out a handful of handheld TVs that can handle both digital TV signals and even the newer Mobile DTV.